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Category :: Management Articles Author :: Kevin Eikenberry 
 
 Article Title :: Accountability Equals Meeting Success
 
Leslie was the new manager of the group. She was replacing Tom, a well respected manager who was retiring. Once she arrived, she made it one of her first priorities to sit down with everyone on the team and get to know them.Beyond pleasantries though she wanted to get to know each individual, what they saw as their goals and objectives, and how they thought she could help them. As she started having these meetings some common themes came out – not about the individuals so much as about the team overall.She learned that the team liked each other and had a good level of trust. She learned that they were viewed as being a pretty good team (which was her observation from t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Martin Haworth 
 
 Article Title :: Regaining Control - Nine Steps for New Managers
 
My client had faced the same challenge, which was frustrating as well as intimidating for him as well - yet he was determined to break the mould.With my background in a similar business, I have faced this several times.In fact there was almost always an underlying individual who seemed to 'run the place', in spite of there being a manager before me! The challenge was to wrest control back and manage myself. And deliver the results which had been missing on every occasion.Over time, I found a distinct pattern which went as follows:-Build RelationshipsFrom day one start building relationships with every one of your team. By getting to know t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Andrew E. Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Allowing Employees Responsibility
 
Merely assigning a task with detailed instructions is not effective delegation. An employee cannot grow without the freedom to make decisions on how the job should be done. Managers must also be aware that only through the conjunction of responsibility and authority can the desired results be achieved. Additionally, a delegate must be held accountable for his or her actions.After a manager has delegated a task to a subordinate, he or she must not take it back, make changes in the assignment, or redelegate it. This causes great frustration on the part of a subordinate. In fact, the employee may lose motivation and interest in the project, doubting whether he or she will ever be give  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Tim Dawes 
 
 Article Title :: Diversity Training: The Worst Possible Reasons to Request Executive Funding
 
You’re on your organization's diversity committee. You have the best of intentions.And that's the problem.It leads you to appeal for funding for all the wrong reasons.Take healthcare for example.The US foreign-born population comprises a larger segment than at any time in the past five decades. And this trend is expected to continue(1). People of diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural heritage suffer disproportionately from cardiovascular disease, diabetes, HIV/AIDS and every form of cancer. In addition, their infant mortality rates are generally higher(2). Minorities receive measurably poorer care and they suffer for it.Great reasons for diversity train  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Len McNally 
 
 Article Title :: Directed Introspection
 
One of the greatest obstacles to progress can often be our awareness of past failures. If we tried something a couple of years ago and fell flat on our faces (and especially if we were ridiculed or derided as a result) we tend to be reluctant to rock the boat again. When we believe that history will repeat itself, we become paralysed by fear.Mentoring managers through a process that I sometimes refer to as "directed introspection" in order to expose attitudes and prejudices can often produce startling results. Knowing where we are starting from does not in and of itself guarantee that we will arrive at our desired destination (on time and within budget) but not knowing weights the   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Adele Sommers 
 
 Article Title :: Holding Effective Meetings Can Be Easier than You Think!
 
I'm sure you've experienced those typical "headache" meetings! You know the kind I'm talking about -- the ones where the key players are running late, no one knows exactly why the meeting was called, and there's not a single agenda in sight. Everyone's sitting around wondering, "Will this last 20 minutes or will we be here all day?" It's impossible to tell!Then, once the meeting finally gets off the ground, the real pandemonium starts. For instance:* You may hear some people yak incessantly on the sidelines, or one or two folks might jump on a soapbox and dominate the discussion.* The meeting topics can bounce back and forth so many times that no one can keep track of  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Henrique Plöger-Abreu 
 
 Article Title :: Be a Change Agent ( Part 1)
 
Aligning business organizations to be successful in the present and keep on doing this in the future means to develop a new style of Leadership. To celebrate success in our days a leader most is able to craft a strategic vision, define objectives, design, implement and monitor the execution of a strategy and be a change leader in those same organizations.The success of these change initiatives depends largely on leadership and each leader’s ability to not only face change but to welcome it and facilitate it. In addition, leaders must ensure that those who work for them will not only accept the change but embrace it.Most change initiatives focus on the operational and proce  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Joan Schramm 
 
 Article Title :: Toxic Bosses
 
What’s everyone’s favorite topic around the water cooler? Bad bosses! You know, the ones who make life in the office unbearable? Here are some of the more common varieties you’ll find.1. The Screamer. You can’t miss this guy. He never stops to consider his audience or who might be listening when he starts one of his rants. He’ll dress down a subordinate in the middle of the hall; he’ll scream at the supplier on the phone; he’ll holler to his secretary from inside his office instead of using the intercom. Nothing’s private and no one is exempt from his temper.2. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. A variation on The Screamer, only without the consistency. With this boss,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: David Handler 
 
 Article Title :: It's All In The Systems
 
Have you ever noticed french fries taste the same at every McDonald’s? The same can be said for Subway and its Italian BMT. How do these fast food icons replicate themselves at nearly 40,000 locations when some eateries struggle to get it right in a single restaurant? The answer is simple: it’s all in the systems.Picture yourself waiting in line inside McDonald’s. Look across the counter and you notice the shiny french fry machine. Standing in front of it is a high school student. What is she doing?Chances are she’s executing a procedure someone trained her on the first day. A system that goes something like this: “Take the bag out of the freezer. Empty french frie  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Michael Beitler 
 
 Article Title :: 7 Essential Elements To Every Organizational Change
 
[This article is based on excerpts from the special report "Overcoming Resistance to Change" by Dr. Mike Beitler.]Senior management often creates a plan for implementing an organizational change while completely ignoring the following elements necessary for every organizational change. Without these elements the attempted changes will always create a large amount of resistance. Change leaders and facilitators beware!1. Involve the people who will be affecting (and affected by) the change. (No buy-in from these folks guarantees resistance.)Involve organizational members in change planning. Get their input. Workers can anticipate many of the potential problems the organ  (read full article)
 
 
 
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